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VPS Server Hosting: What To Choose And Why?

In VPS hosting, there is a single server which is divided to produce multiple virtual servers. Each of these virtual servers is capable of functioning on its own. You can choose either Windows VPS or Linux VPS depending on which suits your business requirements more.

Why do you Need a Virtual Private Server?

Before you actually buy VPS hosting plans, you need to consider some important factors, like the reasons to get virtual servers. For instance, most companies typically start with shared hosting plans and then gradually upgrade to VPS server hosting. When traffic to your site goes up, the shared hosting plans are usually not able to provide you with the amount of resources you need. In shared hosting, resources of a single server are shared by multiple users and very often when you need additional resources, you may be greeted with messages that the resources you have requested for have already been used up. This situation is an indication that your shared hosting plans are not enough to cope with the incoming traffic and you need to move onto VPS plans.

Besides the fact that VPS plans are scalable allowing your site to expand seamlessly, another important advantage is that your costs will not be as high as that of a dedicated server although the benefits are likely to be similar. Since one server is compartmentalized to create many servers, costs are also distributed and this makes VPS plans cheaper compared to dedicated hosting plans.

When you buy VPS plans, you can enjoy the added advantage of greater control over your resources. Users are given root access to the server and this allows them to tweak server settings or configure the server to cater to their own needs. You can also install custom software or applications that you feel would benefit your business.

When you have decided to choose VPS hosting plans, you must look for companies which offer Linux and Windows hosting options. You will get a number of choices but you need to be careful when making a decision. It is better to choose a company after carefully reviewing its Service Level Agreement to be sure about uptime guarantees, compensations for failure to honor such guarantees, how much bandwidth or power or RAM you will be offered, whether there are extra charges for additional bandwidth etc.

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